The Czech Republic boasts one of the best maintained networks of hiking trails across Europe, with more than 20,000 miles of way-marked walking routes, stretching from Karlovy Vary in the northwest to Ostrava in the east. With so many trails to explore, combined with arguably the best beer in the world, and a pretty long list of cultural sites to visit, this makes it a perfect destination for predominantly easy to moderate (but also challenging) self-guided walking holidays.
Hidden trails of the Bohemian Paradise nature reserve (UNESCO)
7 Days I Level: 2/3 (of 5)
Explore the highest and UNESCO listed Czech mountain range
6 Days I Level: 2/3 (of 5)